Rivlin: It seems the last war is not behind us

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April 24, 2012 17:35

 
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The last of Israel's wars may not be behind it, Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin said at the opening ceremony of Remembrance Day at Yad Labanim in Jerusalem Tuesday.

"Still today, there are enemies rising up to destroy us. Still today, our cities and land are as threatened as always," he said. "Nothing will deter our sons who have returned home. No international committee, no provocative mass marches on the borders of Israel, and no threats of annihilation."

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